Kim Kardashian's nephew Mason Disick advised her not to let North West go live on social media after she gave a house tour without permission

  • Kim Kardashian West shared a message she received on Instagram from her nephew.

  • Mason Disick messaged her advising her not to let North West go live on social media again.

  • This followed an incident earlier this week when North was on TikTok live without permission.

Kim Kardashian West's nephew Mason Disick advised the reality star not to let her daughter go live on social media unattended again after North West was able to give a house tour on TikTok live without permission.

On Sunday, North went on TikTok live for the first time on a shared account with her mother and showed the account's 2.2 million followers her family's home in Hidden Hills, California. The livestream was eventually shut down after North went into her mother's room to tell her that she was live on TikTok, and Kardashian West could be heard saying she's "not allowed to."

On Tuesday, Kardashian West shared screenshots of messages she received from her nephew Mason Disick in response to the incident. She called Disick an "insightful king."

Scott and Mason Disick
From left: Mason, Penelope, and Scott Disick.Gotham/Getty Images

Disick wrote: "Hi I don't wanna disrespect north but I don't think she should do the lives unless someone is with her because people are always screen recording and she might tell information that isn't correct and stuff like that, that she will regret. I did the exact same thing as she did. I would do the lives and now I regret saying one of the things that I said."

The 12-year-old added, "Just in case for safety."

Kardashian West responded that she agreed with Disick. She added that North felt bad. Although the 41-year-old model said she thought North would not go live again, she said it would be good for Disick to talk to North, which Disick agreed to do in the messages.

Kardashian West captioned the messages: "Now Mason is so mature! An insightful king."

After the incident on Sunday, North has still been allowed to post on the shared TikTok account, which was created in late November. The description of the shared account said it's "managed by an adult."

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